At Spire Manchester Hospital, we offer a range of weight loss treatments to help put you back in control of your body, your health and your life.


Related specialties

  • Bariatrics
  • Cosmetic surgery
  • Dietetics
  • Physiotherapy

Why Spire?

  • Fast access to treatments, tests and scans
  • Internationally and nationally renowned consultants
  • Flexible payment options to help you spread the cost

Losing weight can help us become more confident about the way we look. But weight loss is more than just how we look, and also about how we feel. Maintaining a healthy weight can help improve our general health.

We offer various weight loss treatments. These include:

  • operations to reduce the size of your stomach through surgery
  • or you can swallow tiny balloons that inflate to make you feel full after a small meal

Our gastric sleeve price starts from just £7,950 (quote reference GS2020). If you want to spread the cost of treatment, you could be eligible for interest free finance or an alternative medical loan through our range of finance options.

Why choose Spire Manchester Hospital for weight loss surgery?

Our expert and experienced bariatric team offer a comprehensive range of treatments for weight loss including:

  • Medical weight management including drug treatments
  • Band aftercare programmes
  • The swallowable gastric balloon (Ellipse)
  • Gastric balloon (Orbera and 365)
  • Gastric band surgery
  • Gastric sleeve surgery
  • Gastric bypass surgery - Roux-en-Y and One-anastomosis gastric bypass (OAGB / 'Mini' bypass)
  • Complex and revision bariatric surgery

Our dedicated before and aftercare team will look after you throughout your weight loss journey, from making that first decision, to providing ongoing weight loss support and advice long after surgery. Our weight loss surgery teams are headed up by consultant bariatric surgeons, all registered with the General Medical Council, and includes a specialist bariatric nurse, dietitians, psychologists and expert medical consultants.

We also offer payment options that help put weight loss procedures within your reach.

Is weight loss or bariatric surgery for you?

Being overweight can have a serious impact on both your physical and mental wellbeing. It can negatively affect your self-confidence and self-esteem and put you at an increased risk of serious health conditions such as type 2 diabetes and heart disease.

If you're struggling to lose weight even after dieting and exercising, these types of treatments can help give you the extra boost you and your health need to help shed significant amounts of weight. We can help you choose the procedure that’s right for you, helping to give you the energy and self-confidence to enjoy a healthy life. If you would prefer to look into non-surgical options, we can offer you a consultation with an expert endocrinologist who can guide you through medical weight loss options.

Find out more about our non-surgical treatment options.

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